Riad Le Coq Berbere
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... pretty strange and me and Stace felt a little uncomfortable so we bailed and went to bed. A few of our group stayed up and danced with them and had some funny stories the next day. The climate had changed after crossing the mountains so it was lovely weather and a change in the landscape as rolling hills with grass turned into cedar wood forests. It was in one of these forests that we stopped to look at the Monkeys playing around. I would never ...
... and keep these beautiful animals. This along with a couple of cows , Daisy & Buttercup, of course, and about 8 dogs. You can go to their website at www.marrakechmules.com
We were invited in to their house for a cup of tea and had a long chat with them. Absolutely wonderful souls they are.
Also , when we were n Marrakech we did not see one dog. Lots of cats. Reason being is that in the world of Islam it is considered that if a dog , which are considered ...
... a few things...I a managed to ask her for an early breakfast and another nights stay. Go me! However when she replied in French I just looked very clueless. To say Thank-you in Arabic is, 'Shukran' but you sort of roll the r and some how add a 'h' in there.....Jed tried to teach me. It went something like this. Jed: Shaukran Me: Shot-gun Jed: Shaukran Me: Shake-run Jed: Shaukran Me: Shalke ren Jed: Merci, just stick with ...
... had even brought their weighing scales to town and were earning a couple of dirhams from passersby who were curious about their weight.
The food in Marrakech is worth the trip alone. The cuisine is generally very healthy (although the amounts we consumed were not) tagines are the local specialty and there seems to be a strong focus on using seasonal local produce. Places we ate are reviewed on trip advisor (links below) including Al Bakara where my ...
... we had returned to the 18th century needless to say even Liz didn't make a purchase. The Atlas Mountains are huge and snow capped in winter. The Moroccans are so proud of the green temperate region and the mountain streams that provide a life blood to the plains below. Back to the madness of the Medina ( the old walled city all 17kms). People scurrying about, Kamakasi car drivers and motor cycles and chuck in a heap of horses and donkeys all vying for a passage trough the ...